Furthermore, at national level the achievement is 15.3 per cent, whereas it is 44 per cent in case of Himachal Pradesh and the state ranked fifth in the country.
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In a bid to learn about the state of education across the nation, many NGOs have been conducting surveys round the year.
In 2016, the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER), a survey by non-governmental organisation, Pratham, conducted a survey in both government and private school across the nation.
This year’s data has both merits and demerits contained in it.
Data of students of Haryana and Kerala:
- During the survey process, ASER visited 15, 630 schools in rural India
- About 15 organisations participated in the survey.
Details of the report:
- In terms of learning outcomes, students of HP performs better than those of Kerala
- Further, the report founded that enrolment rate of students in the age group six to 14 in Himachal Pradesh was 99.8 per cent
- Also, HP secured first rank in achieving learning outcomes in basic reading and mathematics across the country.